Phil Vickery's beating heart cake

He’s in search of a heart this morning, but with no Wizard of Oz to ask, Phil Vickery’s Tin Man is going to make one for himself - in cake form!

Gino's pear, Dolcelatte and mascarpone tart with honey and thyme

He’s back in the kitchen with another Italian treat - and this time he’s not squeezing the bees!

Gino shows us how to utilise our ‘highly commended’ Willoughbee honey which came fourth at the National Honey Show last week.

Juliet Sear's bat wing tortillas with blood salsa and piñata pumpkin cake

With retailers expecting us to spend over £320 million on Halloween this year, it can certainly be a scary-time for your bank balance - but Juliet Sear has has some ghoulish treats you can make at home. From tortilla bats to a piñata pumpkin cake - these treats are guaranteed to keep even the scariest monsters quiet.

Phil Vickery's bean and tomato curry

If your midweek menu is falling flat, Phil's ready to spice up your Thursday night with an idea that you can cook from the cupboard in a matter of minutes - a warming bean and tomato curry with spicy cheddar and coriander cornbread.

Gino's lemon chicken with honey and rosemary

Gino's back in the kitchen making the most of our 2017 honey harvest. Freshly jarred from the hives on our roof, Gino’s serving up pollo al limone, miele e rosmarino - that's lemon chicken with honey and rosemary - the perfect midweek dish for the family.

Liz Earle's roasted pumpkin soup

Liz Earle shares her secrets to getting the healthiest glow - starting from the inside out.

We are firmly in the season of the pumpkin: the air is crisp, the trees are golden and the glorious colours of autumn are everywhere. But these great orange bulbs serve as more than just a creative prop for Halloween – they are also hotbeds of goodness and well worth incorporating into your diet as the days get chillier. Rich in beta-carotene and a good source of vitamin A, this immune-boosting super-vegetable can help maintain healthy skin, teeth, bones, as well as lowering blood pressure. Pumpkins also promote the production of serotonin – that feel-good chemical that helps us to relax and unwind, making this roasted pumpkin soup recipe perfect for colder evenings when a bowl of soup is just what you need!